Yah in the Bible is a pagan term.
H1180 NAS Exhaustive Concordance pg.1500 "my Baal," a symbolic name for Yah:-Baali.
Both Baʿal and El were associated with the bull in Ugaritic texts https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal
Names of God in Judaism
There was no letter J 500 years ago so it cannot be JAH.
Iah or "Yah" was an Egyptian moon god. "Yah" is the Egyptian MOON god and "Shu(a)" is the Egyptian SKY god. Yah is also the GOAT god with whom also is associated the MOON.
Iah is a lunar deity in ancient Egyptian religion. His name simply means "Moon".
YAH is not the name of God. I do not care if it is in Psalms 68:4 as JAH in the AKJB. There was no letter J 500 years ago, so His name cannot be Jah. David did not write Chapter 68. It was written many years after David and perhaps after the return from the exile. Verse 29 speaks of the Temple, something not built until after David's death.
The 1611AKJB has for Psalm 68:4 Sing vnto God, sing praises to his Name: extoll him that rideth vpon the heauens, by his Name IAH, and reioyce before him.
IAH is the egyptian moon god!